A course in “Science and Nonsense” is intended to persuade, to herd students toward approved opinions.
There is no easy fix here. The President’s signature on a piece of paper won’t restore open inquiry on campuses.
Instead of relying on their textbooks, students are learning about evolution by watching bacteria grow and change.
May a teacher let students know what evolutionary biologists had to say about their own field at the November 2016 Royal Society meeting?
The last minute rush of applications might have had something to do with the fact that Doug Axe spoke to a student group at Harvard days before yesterday’s official deadline fell.